Students present their new work from Hedya Klein’s class ART 315: Scratching the Surface, exploring traditional and contemporary methods of printmaking. Imagery is developed through drawing, layering, and hand-coloring applications as well as exposure to contemporary art discourse. Intaglio encompasses an array of techniques: in essence, ink is applied to a “plate” of zinc, copper, wood, PlexiglasTM, or cardboard, and then transferred onto paper by pulling it through a press.
Exhibit is ongoing through April 18
Sponsored by the Program in Studio Art. Free.
- Sponsored by:
- Studio Art